Korea Ski Resort Opening Dates 2017-2018

Check out the opening dates for the ski resorts in Korea and plan your ski trip!

For those who are planning a ski trip this winter, here we’ve listed the opening dates of the ski resorts in Korea to make things a bit easier for you. This will give you a good idea of when to visit and enjoy skiing in Korea!

▼ Click on each ski resort to book your ski tour! 

Ski Resort Name Opening Date Open Slope (Last updated: 11/22/2017)
Yongpyong Ski Resort 11/17 (Fri) – Yellow, New Yellow, Pink (beginner)
– New Red (advanced)
*11/22 (Wed) – Red Paradise (intermediate)
*11/24 (Fri) – Red (advanced)
Vivaldi Park Ski Resort 11/22 (Wed) – Ballads (beginner)
– Jazz (intermediate)
– Techno (advanced)
High1 Ski Resort 11/18 (Sat) Athena 1, 2, 3, 3-1, Terrain (beginner)
Elysian Gangchon Ski Resort 11/24 (Fri) – Panda, Rabbit, Dragon (beginner)
– Zebra (intermediate)
Oak Valley Ski Resort 11/29 (Wed)
Phoenix Park Ski Resort 11/17 (Fri) – Penguin (beginner)
*11/24 (Fri) Sparrow (beginner)
*11/25 (Sat) Dizzy, Panorama (advanced)
Alpensia Ski Resort 12/1(Fri)~1/24 (Wed) *A sledding area and an exclusive slope for ski lessons are only available for this ski season.
Jisan Ski Resort 11/24 (Fri)
Bears Town Ski Resort 11/24 (Fri)
Konjiam Ski Resort 12/1 (Fri)
Welli Hilli Park Ski Resort 11/23 (Thurs)
Yangji Pine Ski Resort Mid-Dec (estimated)
Star Hill Ski Resort 11/25 (Sat) – Beginner-Line (beginner)
– B-Line (advanced)
Eden Valley Ski Resort 12/8 (Fri)
Muju Deogyusan Ski Resort 11/26

| Keep in mind: The projected opening dates above are subject to change depending on snow and weather conditions. Also, take note that there will be some limited access to the slopes and accommodation at some ski resorts due to the 2018 Pyeongchang Winter Olympics.

More ski resorts and slopes will continue to open, so start planning now and book your ski packages if you still haven’t!

See all the best ski packages in Korea.

Those who are looking for the best ski resort in Korea, check out our new travel tool, Korea Ski Trip Finder, which will help you find the right ski resort and packages for you!

For more inspiration or to find great deals to save on your winter trip to Korea, make sure you drop by our website, Trazy.com.


    1. Hello Maggie! We are sorry but our “Private Ski/Snowboard Lesson: Phoenix Park Ski Resort (www.trazy.com/experience/detail/1609)” is unavailable for booking at the moment. We are trying our best to launch it as soon as possible but if you would like to secure your spots early, there are private ski and snowboard lessons also available at Vivaldi Park on Dec 6. If you are interested, please book via this link: http://www.trazy.com/experience/detail/1526

  1. hi.. is it possible to play ski in autumn? mid nov?
    because I want to enjoy the falling leaves moment and snow at the same time.

    1. Hi Stephannie, the ski slopes in Korea are open in winter season which starts in December. We recommend you to enjoy ski in late-December~February to fully enjoy the activity 🙂

    1. Hi Rene 🙂
      Unfortunately, most of the ski slopes will be closed by early March. If you would like to enjoy ski activities in Korea, please visit again in next winter season, from late December to February!

  2. Can we still ski on April 14, 2019? Ive read that most ski resorts close mid March. Is our only option the indoor ski place? Thanks

    1. Hi joms, the ski slopes will be closed in April due to weather. If you would like to enjoy skiing in Korea, it is recommended you to visit during the winter season (Dec~Feb).

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